Mac High touts grad rates

A higher percentage of McMinnville High School students graduate, and a lower percentage drop out, than from almost any other high school in Oregon.

News-Register photoCommunity Plate won Business of the Year honors.

Awards show how they do things downtown

The Community Plate won Business of the Year honors Thursday at the McMinnville Downtown Association’s annual meeting and awards banquet.

Death claims owner of iconic McMinnville bar

Gary Lewis Schroeder, 77, died Thursday of an illness that had relegated him to hospice care in recent weeks.

McMinnville stabbing suspect arrested

A McMinnville man was arrested Sunday morning on charges alleging he stabbed a 21-year-old male in the parking lot of the Muchas Gracias Mexican Restaurant, 220  N.E. 12th St. Capt. Tim Symons of ...

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterDiane and Ron Knutz were sweethearts who met at Lincoln High, the old high school in McMinnville. Ron graduated from Lincoln; Diane was in the first class to graduate from the current McMinnville High School.

Together in McMinnville

Ron and Diane Knutz marked their 53rd Valentine’s Day over the weekend

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterMcMinnville Police Chief Matt Scales was appointed chief by the City Council after serving as interim chief since July 2014.

Scales settling in as police chief

Matt Scales fitting into new rank quickly after appointment to chief

Linfield dedication to honor Lou

Linfield College will honor the life and career of master artist Nils Lou, a Linfield professor emeritus who died in December 2013.

School Board to discuss personnel

McMinnville School Board members will hold an executive session Monday night to discuss personnel matters and records exempt from public discussion.

Neighbors voice ideas for new park

Northwest McMinnville neighbors got a chance to respond for the first time to rough park sketches.

Submitted photoGrace of Troop 10107 poses in front of a pallet of Samoa cookies before helping load them for her troop.

Girl Scouts to start cookie sales

With hundreds of boxes of Samoas, Thin Mints, Trefoils and other flavors in hand, local Girl Scouts are slated to open their annual cookie sale today.

Water & Light to buy and bank energy credits

Water & Light commissioners indicate interest in buying energy credits.

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Four-year-old Kadence Fuller swings through the twilight at Courthouse Square Park in Dayton on Tuesday, Feb. 17, as her mother, Jami Fuller, looks on. Cloudless blue skies and unseasonably warm tempratures marked the early part of this week; more of the same is predicted for the weekend.

Warm winter drains snowpack, water supply

Springlike weather over the past week sent the mercury soaring to a record 66 Tuesday in McMinnville and to near-record levels several other days.

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